The Best Suited Insulation For Your Home

Before installing, determine the insulation material best suited for your home. There are several types of batt and roll insulation, but the most common are fiberglass, cellulose, and rock wool.

Fiberglass is budget-friendly, and newer products don’t irritate the skin and lungs. Fiberglass insulation is manufactured to slow airflow through the material.
Cellulose is made of recycled paper and it’s treated for fire resistance. The material is packed tightly together to resist airflow.
Rock wool (also called mineral or slag wool) is created by spinning or drawing fibers from molten materials to create the insulation.
Batt and roll insulation (also called blanket insulation) are designed to fit between joist and wall stud cavities. They also work well in open spaces, such as insulating an attic floor.
Loose fill insulation (also called blown-in insulation) is great for tight spaces and topping off existing insulation. However, it requires a machine to install, which can typically be rented.

The Maximum Thermal Performance

The maximum thermal performance or R-value of insulation is very dependent on proper installation. Homeowners can install some types of insulation — notably blankets and materials that can be poured in place. (Liquid foam insulation materials can be poured, but they require professional installation).

Custom Spray-in Foam Insulation Services & Roofing

Spray foam is a two-component, closed-cell polyurethane foam system specifically designed to provide a high-performance lightweight roofing system for use over a wide variety of roof deck
construction and configurations.

Benefits of Spray Foam Insulation

  • Stops Air and Moisture Infiltration
  • Makes Your Home More Comfortable
  • Saves up to 30-50% on Energy Costs
  • Adds Strength to the Building Structure
  • It is Permanent and Will Not Sag
  • Keeps Dust and Pollen Out
  • Reduces Capacity Requirements, Maintenance and Wear of HVAC Equipment

Home Additions Can Add Luxury

There is no better home insulating material that can seal your home from air and moisture intrusion, save on costly utility bills, strengthen your home, and protect your family’s health from dangerous mold, airborne pollutants, and allergens than spray foam insulation.

  1. SPF Saves You Money and Pays for itself 
SPF Home Insulation saves on energy costs and lowers utility bills. SPF is used to seal the entire “building envelope” of your home to prevent air and moisture infiltration. The US Department of Energy (DOE) studies show that 40% of your home’s energy is lost due to air infiltration.
  2. Enhances Overall Building Stability
 since SPF is seamless and monolithic, foam sprayed into the walls enhance overall building stability and reduces “rack and shear”
  3. Deadens Sound Travel and Noise
 SPF also reduces airborne sound, making the home acoustically higher and more private from room to room.
  4. Spray foam insulation forms a completely sealed air barrier in wall cavities. Its performance is superior to commonly used fiberglass batt or blown-in insulation. It adheres well to most building materials and will provide a continuous barrier against air infiltration for the life of the building.

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